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Just enter the name you want to assign to the drive, a username and password, a Host Name and IP address and the Initial Remote Directory.
Once you're ready to connect, just click on the Site Profile you've created and click Mount.
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If Web Drive is able to connect, it will display the name of the serve in Finder like any other local drive.
Accessing an FTP server via Windows Explorer is so much more convenient that having to resort to an FTP client and it's particularly ideal for those that are unfamiliar with how such clients work.
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